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説得力, せっとくりょく

  • settokuryoku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • persuasive power

Examples of 説得力,せっとくりょく in a Sentence

His explanation is unconvincing.
We could not resist the force of his logic.
The lawyer spoke convincingly on behalf of his client.
The information reinforced his opinions.
Though his argument was convincing, we did not side with him.
His argument was most convincing.
That would be twenty-seven words instead of four, and while the bare message of the longer statement would be understood, the persuasive force would be lost.
His words carry little conviction.
The argument has no force.
The weak point of this book is that it's less than persuasive when the married author recommends not being married.

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